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Steve Seid

Film and Video Curator

Berkeley

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Background Information

Employment History

Video Aesthetics and History Courses Teacher

San Francisco Art Institute


Video Aesthetics and History Courses Teacher

San Francisco State University


Affiliations

Canyon Cinema Inc

Board Member


Townsend Center for the Humanities

Museum Fellow


Web References(195 Total References)


silkyVRML 422 | Christina McPhee

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It premiered in live space at Pacific Film Archive on April 6, 2006 in the program, "Artistic Disasters," curated by Steve Seid (University of California-Berkeley).


Canyon Cinema : Board of Directors

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Steve Seid
For twenty five years, Steve Seid was a Film and Video Curator at the Pacific Film Archive, at UC Berkeley. He organized over 1,000 programs of video art, film, and new media for the PFA's public programs. Seid also oversaw an on-going video preservation project and for ten years conducted annual workshops on visual literacy for high school teachers. He has taught video aesthetics and history courses at the University of California, Berkeley, San Francisco State University, the California College of Arts, and the San Francisco Art Institute. Following on the ambitious preservation of videotapes from the National Center for Experiments in Television (1967-1975), Seid curated Videospace (2000), a gallery exhibition dedicated to the first TV Lab. His large-scale program, Whose Side Are You On?: The Border, toured Brazil under the sponsorship of Itau Cultural. He co-curated the first museum retrospective of Ant Farm, the '60s/'70s art collective and creators of Cadillac Ranch and Media Burn, which toured internationally through 2006. Seid also curated the 52nd Robert Flaherty Film Seminar which took place at Vassar College in spring, 2006 and the Stan Brakhage Symposium, 2009. Radical Light, a fifty year history of moving image art from the San Francisco Bay Area, made its appearance in 2010 as both a co-edited book (UCPress) and a film/video exhibition that travelled to New York, Chicago, Houston, Portland, Los Angeles, and Minneapolis. In 2013, Seid worked with the Menil Museum and the Berkeley Art Museum to co-curate Silence, a gallery exhibition honoring John Cage's 100th birthday.


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Steve Seid, video curator at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, presents a three-part screening series of experimental films and video works dating back to 1936.
A Kind of Hush examines the aesthetics of silence in avant-garde practice; Sonic Slippage and Sourcing Sound emphasize the use of sound as a subversive tool and subject of study. A Kind of Hush (91 minutes) Monday, September 10, 2012, 7:00 p.m. Opening reception, 6:00 p.m. Includes works by Stan Brakhage, Maya Deren and Alexander Hammid, and Nam June Paik, with an introduction by Steve Seid


Canyon Cinema : Board of Directors

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Steve Seid
For twenty five years, Steve Seid was a Film and Video Curator at the Pacific Film Archive, at UC Berkeley. He organized over 1,000 programs of video art, film, and new media for the PFA's public programs. Seid also oversaw an on-going video preservation project and for ten years conducted annual workshops on visual literacy for high school teachers. He has taught video aesthetics and history courses at the University of California, Berkeley, San Francisco State University, the California College of Arts, and the San Francisco Art Institute. Following on the ambitious preservation of videotapes from the National Center for Experiments in Television (1967-1975), Seid curated Videospace (2000), a gallery exhibition dedicated to the first TV Lab. His large-scale program, Whose Side Are You On?: The Border, toured Brazil under the sponsorship of Itau Cultural. He co-curated the first museum retrospective of Ant Farm, the '60s/'70s art collective and creators of Cadillac Ranch and Media Burn, which toured internationally through 2006. Seid also curated the 52nd Robert Flaherty Film Seminar which took place at Vassar College in spring, 2006 and the Stan Brakhage Symposium, 2009. Radical Light, a fifty year history of moving image art from the San Francisco Bay Area, made its appearance in 2010 as both a co-edited book (UCPress) and a film/video exhibition that travelled to New York, Chicago, Houston, Portland, Los Angeles, and Minneapolis. In 2013, Seid worked with the Menil Museum and the Berkeley Art Museum to co-curate Silence, a gallery exhibition honoring John Cage's 100th birthday.


nwFilmCenter

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The Pacific Film Archive's first book, "Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-2000," edited by Steve Anker, Kathy Geritz, and Steve Seid, both chronicles the history and serves as inspiration for a film and video series that showcases key works, themes, and movements over a five-decade history.
Tonight's program will be introduced by Steve Seid, Video Curator, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive. Book reading: Join the Northwest Film Center, Cinema Project, and the Heathman Hotel Library on Thursday, May 19 at 5:30 p.m. for a reading and discussion with Steve Seid (Heathman Library, 1001 SW Broadway). Complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served. The Pacific Film Archive's first book, "Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-2000," edited by Steve Anker, Kathy Geritz, and Steve Seid, both chronicles the history and serves as inspiration for a film and video series that showcases key works, themes, and movements over a five-decade history. Everything in this program is about loud."-Steve Seid. Tonight's program will be introduced by Steve Seid, Video Curator, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.


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